Places you should visit atleast once in Knoxville

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Since the 1860s, Market Square has been a community center of Knoxville, with shops, restaurants, cafes and bars drawing..

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Knoxville's Market Square

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Once the fairgrounds of Knoxville's 1982 World's Fair, today the space is a public park and home to the Sunsphere and the Tennessee Amphitheater, the..

World's Fair Park

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Spanning more than 300 acres in Tennessee's Knox County, this nature center offers plenty of rock climbing opportunities..

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Ijams Nature Center

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Muse Knoxville, the city's children's museum, offers a variety of exhibits that focus on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math)

Muse Knoxville

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More than 700 animals live at this 53-acre zoo, which is a delightful spot to take kids and animal lovers alike

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Zoo Knoxville

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This museum is named after James White, the American pioneer and soldier who founded Knoxville

James White's Fort

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The Knoxville Museum of Art highlights the art and artists of East Tennessee with both permanent and temporary exhibits

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Knoxville Museum of Art

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Located on the campus of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, this museum offers exhibits on everything from the native peoples of Tennessee to..

McClung Museum of Natural History & Culture

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This 47-acre property dates back to 1786 when it was a private family-owned horticultural business

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Knoxville Botanical Garden and Arboretum

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Built in 1792, Blount Mansion, designated a National Historic Landmark, was the home of the first and only governor of the Southwest Territory,..

Blount Mansion

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The official botanical gardens of the state of Tennessee boasts more than 4,000 annuals, perennials, herbs, tropical..

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UT Gardens, Knoxville

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This downtown museum boasts more than 13,000 artifacts in its permanent collection

Museum of East Tennessee History

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The Women's Basketball Hall of Fame, dedicated to all levels of women's basketball, is a great place to learn about the..

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Women's Basketball Hall of Fame

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Constructed for the 1982 World's Fair, the 266-foot-tall Sunsphere offers a great view of the city from its observation deck on the fourth floor

Sunsphere

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When the Tennessee Theatre opened in 1928, it was considered the "South's most beautiful theatre

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Tennessee Theatre

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